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Maine PUC Issues RFP for Green Power Standard Offer

December 2010 - The Maine Public Utilities Commission has issued an RFP seeking proposals to launch and manage a statewide green power offer. The RFP is in response to a law signed in 2009 by Governor Baldacci requiring the PUC to establish a green power offer. The offer must provide either 50 percent or 100 percent of a customer's monthly usage.

The selected supplier may be required to apply to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection for the voluntary renewable energy set-aside under the state's Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative CO2 budget program.

News Release - MPUC Releases RFP for Green Power Offer Supplier

Additional Information - Request for Proposals from Suppliers to Launch Green Power Offer

Contact: Christine Cook, 207-287-1392

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